Tcl82.dll not found

Robin Becker robin at jessikat.demon.co.uk
Tue Nov 2 12:41:33 CET 1999


In article <NwWS3.4286$IT5.283485 at ndnws01.ne.mediaone.net>, Art
Goldhammer <agold1 at mediaone.net> writes
>
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: Kiyo Kelvin Lee <kiyolee*remove*@ctimail.com>
>
>> You must use Tcl8.0.5 included in Python 1.5.2. It's somehow hard-linked
>to
>> use Tcl80.dll/Tk80.dll. Tcl8.0.5 and Tcl8.2 can coexist in a system. If
>you
>> really want to use Tcl82.dll/Tk82.dll, you have to recompile Python
>> yourself.
>
>Thanks. I tried installing Tcl8.0.5 in its own directory and putting it in
>the path. Tkinter now works, and IDLE runs, which it didn't do before. But
>when I exit IDLE I get a page fault in kernel32.dll from which there is no
>escape but a hard reboot. Is this a Tcl conflict or a known problem with
>IDLE? -- Art
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>
>
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I have managed to get tkinter working with 1.5.2 with help from others
on clp. Perhaps there should be a repository for various pyd's like
this.
-- 
Robin Becker




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